Re: Ghost/non-existing disc drive appeared after installing hard driv
Remove the references to E: first and reboot. Then see if you still have an
E: referenced in DM and can remove it.
"Gilboy7" <Gilboy7@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Hi, I need help with removing a non-existing disc drive which calls itself
> E:. After installing a new external hard drive, ( i noticed my old
> drive was acting up), my computer shows an additional disc drive E: which
> completely in-accessible as it does not exist. Many of my short cuts point
> E:, which was the drive letter of my original external hard drive. Now my
> computer calls that drive G: and my newly installed external drive F:. My
> original E: drive is still working but any program residing there will
> function as all shortcuts were created when it was E:. I need to remove
> 'ghost drive E:' and rename my external. When I go to disc management the
> ghost drive does not show up , but the drive letter E: is not available to
> Please Help!!